Majority leader of the house, Abdullahi Bello, on Wednesday, read a petition against Achuba at plenary.
According to him, signatures of 21 of the 25 lawmakers have been collected for the impeachment.
The member who represents Ajaokuta constituency, cited section 188 of 1999 constitution and thereafter prayed the house to commence investigation ahead of the impeachment of the deputy governor.
The speaker of the house of assembly, Kolawole Matthew, agreed to the prayers in the petition and asked that impeachment notice be served on the deputy governor.
Matthew gave Achuba 14 days to respond to the allegations levelled against him.
Achuba has not been in good terms with Yahaya Bello in recent times, accusing the governor of the state, of not paying his allowances in the last two years.